Period home has charm and character to spare

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IT may be that few houses possess elegance more than Georgian styled residences - and if the character, distinction and charm associated with them pleases you, then you will not be able to resist Field House.

In short, the beautiful Field House, at 65 Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd, which has a guide price of £600,000, offers superb family accommodation, easily manageable mature gardens, excellent garaging and parking, and is convenient for local amenities, main line train station and the motorway network.

Built in 1840, it is an eleagantly proportioned five-bedroomed centrally heated home, has lovely, spacious reception rooms and an entrance hall of the type much favoured by the Georgians.

Field House incorporates a delightful breakfast kitchen and ancillary accommodation which provides every modern comfort. Yet it retains period features which give it an unmistakeable charm. Field House has plenty of character.

Throughout, the house principally features Georgian style sash windows and panelled doors.

The front lobby leads to an entrance hall which includes a staircase area and features an attractive decorative archway sub-dividing the area.

Cornice moulding to the ceilings are a feature of the property, including the first sitting room - which could also be used for dining if you prefer. The room has a marble fire surround.

The second sitting room, which like the other utilises sash windows, has a fireplace with an Adam style surround and a marble hearth.

A cloakroom and rear entrance lobby are situated close to the superb, spacious breakfast kitchen. Here modernity takes over with modern appliances throughout and high quality base units situated below marble worktops. A utility room incorporates a secondary staircase and is currently used as storage space.

The first floor is accessed by the delightful main staircase which leads onto a half landing which has a long, Georgian style window at the rear, and a full landing which gives access to the bedrooms.

These include a two front double bedrooms, an en suite dressing room, a front centrally-located single bedroom and the rear bedrooms, The bathroom features a Georgian style sash window.

Outside, Field House has delightful and easily manageable natural garden areas. Access to the property is from Burnley Road through attractive wrought iron double gates set within a pillared entrance depiciting the house’s name.

A short driveway gives access to parking and garaging areas at the side and rear.

At the front is a lawn area while the front gardens have mature borders with evergreens, shrubberies and rockeries. At the rear, there are extensive lawns with a short watercourse.

Once seen, will you be able to resist it?

l TO make an appointment to view Field House, contact estate agent Anthony J. Turner, 22/24 Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8EX, telephone 01422 846770, website www.anthonyjturner.co.uk or email hebdenbridge@btconnect.com